Peg Duncan

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I don't blog - yet. In the meantime, here is a collection of interviews and articles I have written for conferences and other purposes.
IT needs better management tools, practices, for electronic information - Interview in itbusiness.ca - March 2006
Good Housekeeping for CIOs - Canadian CIO and IT Executive Summit, April 2006
Seven Steps  - Project Management for Discovery - Electronic Discovery and The Sedona Canada Principles, OBA May 2007
Case requirements for services - Electronic Discovery and The Sedona Canada Principles, OBA May 2007
EDiscovery services available from vendors - Electronic Discovery and The Sedona Canada Principles, OBA May 2007
E-Discovering a Solution - Interviewed for article in Canadian Bar Association's March 2008 edition of National Magazine (starts page 18)
Understanding Media (10 Useful things to know about IT and the people who work there) - leg@lIT - April 2008
Email Archiving - So What's Wrong With Saving Everything? - ABA TechShow 2009
Capturing Quicksilver - 10 practical suggestions for corralling the elusive - ABA TechShow 2009
Table of Relevance and Proportionality in the Rules of Civil Procedure in Canadian Jurisdictions - updated to November 2010
Pleading and Relevance in the Rules of Civil Procedure in Canadian Jurisdictions - updated to November 2010
Early Case Assessment and the Prince of Denmark - published in Slaw, May 2010
E-Discovery Project Management - published in Slaw, July, 2010
The Sedona ConferenceĀ® Commentary on Proportionality in Electronic Discovery - Contributing Editor - October 2010. NB this is the WG1 (US) "public comment version".
The Sedona Canada Commentary on Proportionality in Electronic Disclosure & Discovery (October 2010) - Drafting team
Drowning in Data - Interview in Lawyers Weekly - January 28, 2011.
Table of Sections on Electronic Records in Evidence Acts in Canadian Jurisdictions - June 2011
 
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